Analysis of the potential for sustainable, cassava-based bioethanol production in Mali: Feasibility of renewable energy resources in Mali

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The present project is covered in five main reports:

1) Analyses of the potential for sustainable, cassava-based bio-ethanol production in Mali
2) Agricultural residues for energy production in Mali
3) Pre-feasibility study for an electric power plant based on rice straw
4) Estimation of wind and solar resources in Mali
5) Screening of feasible applications of wind and solar energy in Mali: Assessment
using the wind and solar maps for Mali

The project is being carried out by a group of university departments, research
institutions and consultants led by the UNEP Risø Centre (URC) at the Technical
University of Denmark (DTU) and conducted in cooperation with Direction Nationale de l’Energie (DNE) and Centre National de l’Energie Solaire et des Energies Renouvelables (CNESOLER) in Mali. The subcontracted institutions comprise Geographic Resource Analysis & Science A/S (GRAS), Department of Geography and Geology (DGG), University of Copenhagen, Ea Energy Analyses, 3E, Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs Abderhamabe Baba Touré (ENI-ABT) and Mali Folkecenter Nyetaa.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTechnical University of Denmark
Number of pages44
ISBN (Print)978-87-92706-73-7
Commissioning bodyDANIDA
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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